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been climbing. in indiana alone rescue crews are searching debris in four different counties. good evening. these tornadoes have impacted millions of americans across several states. at least 28 # people are now dead and there may be more. >> it is amazing this outbreak we have been seeing. one of the hardest hit states the state of indiana. four people confirmed dead. two towns hit the hardest where the junior and senior high school was hurt. marysville described as being "completely gone." >> in kentucky 12 people are confirmed dead there. strong storms moved through knocking down trees and power lines. >> and parts of tennessee including nashville seeing golf ball sized hail bouncing off of cars. >> the tornado count could be close to 100 before this is over. jay gray has more tonight. >> a day of watches and warnings gave way to this devastating reality. >> it was unreal. things were falling. things were coming off the walls, noise, crashes, glass flying everywhere. it was like a dream. >> reporter: a bad dream for thousands across tornado alley as dozens of powerful tornadoes
the tennessee valley, where the death toll has climbed to as many as 27. from indiana to tennessee alabama, the tornado touched down and destroy that small towns. we have complete coverage with senior meteorologist bob ryan, but first, horace holmes is in the satellite center with the latest on the damage and the graphic video. >> photographers from all over captured video. as you watch, it is frightening how deadly the twisters are. this is one of the twisters as it crosses southern indiana beginning its path of destruction in henryville. the tv crew capturing this footage had to seek shelter. bu>> we are inside. >> the wind, lightning and hail. after the storm blew through indiana -- >> there was debris everywhere. i thought it was a dream. >> this is what was left behind, 300 homes destroyed several people killed. at a high school was blown apart. >> the teacher said it was going to be bad. >> in indiana emergency crews are still scrambling. >> they are looking to see if there are victims trapped. they have their work cut out. >> indiana officials say henryville was wiped out. the huge
tornadoes that plowed through indiana at 175 miles per hour. this as a 2-year-old girl is found alone in a field. the only survivor in her family. a young symbol of hope against a backdrop of destruction and despair. >>> murder mystery. a handyman is arrested in connection with the death of a wealthy detroit woman. but while he's confessed to having a role in the crime, he says he did not work alone. >>> and i sincerely apologize. in a surprising show of remorse, radio host rush limbaugh apologizes for his remarks against a georgetown law student. what may have brought about his change of heart? we'll get some insight "today," change of heart? we'll get some insight "today," sunday, march 4th, 2012. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning, and welcome to "today" on a sunday morning. i'm lester holt in henryville, indiana. >> and i'm jenna wolfe, along with carl quintanilla inside studio 1a. so here's the latest now on the storm aftermath. 37 people are confirmed dead, including 20 in kentucky, 12 in indiana, and 3 in ohio. >> national weather service says the fo
and faculity were mereddered at -- murdered at virginia teem tech. >>> and a live report from indiana. this morning communities from five different states begin the long painful process of rebuilding after a weekend and a rash of devastating tornadoes. >>> and all is wideet here at home but -- quiet here at home but there's a chance for snow in the forecast. details coming up. >> reporter: an accident on the east side of the beltway and delays on the west side and, of course, we will check all of our other roadways and let you know about that monday morning drivewhen we return. ♪ let me get [ man ] i loved my first car... sometimes the door gets stuck... oh sure. ooh! [ man ] ...and then, i didn't. um... [ sighs ] [ man ] so, i got a car i can love a really, really long time. [ male announcer ] for the road ahead, the all-new subaru impreza. ♪ experience love that lasts. >>> monday morning this is the abc2 news to go i am megan pringle. >> i am charley crowson. let's say hello, to meteorologist lynette charles. >> good morning. we are dealing with the fact we have some sunshine ou
advisory as well. to our west, unbelievable tornado damage reported out in southern indiana several towns, the early reports of extensive damage. those are the tornadic storm cells, weakening now as they cross from the kentucky, that weather maker headed our way. evening 50s with rain moving in. back to you. >>> peop across the country are alert for a more severe weather. three people died in indiana because of the storms. it's caused thousands of dollars in damage and many problems , the forecast is calling for more of the same over the weekend. tj winnick has more from one of the hardest hit areas in tennessee. >> reporter: severe weather is spinning off more tornados in the deep south, reported twister touched down in northern alabama, in the same area where outbreak of tornados last april left be hundred people dead. forecasters say there is more to come, 13 people across 7 states have lost their lives to a total of 33 confirmed twisters. this wave of severe weather is the result of two fronts colliding. cold air in the north and warm air from the south, with a jet stream in between.
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out so the game came during the middle of march madness. >>> the mom from southern indiana who lost both legs protething her children from a tornado is recovering at home. part of her home fell on her when the stores ripped through henryville indiana earlier this month and she saved her 8-year- old son and her 5-year-old daughter by laying on top of them. decker says she is ready to get out of wheelchair. >> i am going to push that harder and see if we can't get prosthetics sooner because i am ready to get up and walk again. >> detectives do -- they have asecond home they have been renting out and friends and family remodeled it to make it wheelchair accessible and she sounds like an amazing woman. her piert most people would -- spirit most people would feel sorry for them snows and it's dry in indiana today. here at home, -- themselves and it's dry in indiana today -- for themselves. >> and it's dry in indiana today. a light breeze will make it feel that much worse outside. temperatures are in the 30s and i will show you that in a second. but we are feeling a lot colder. those wind
in that area sent several people to the hospital. >> officials in clark county, indiana say one town is completely gone. so far no deaths have been reported from today's weather. it comes as some residents are still cleaning up from the storm system that killed 13 people earlier this week. >> and that same storm system is bringing rain to the washington area. >> it could bring us some thunderstorms. chief meteorologist doug kammerer is on top of it in storm center 4. doug? >> just an update on that. some sad news. we are learning now of fatalities down in indiana, kentucky, and now down into portions of tennessee, too. we'll continue to watch this really devastating scenario play out into that portion of the country. for us it is not going to be that bad. really i don't expect to see any severe weather around our area. here is storm 4 radar showing where the heaviest rain is around washington and over toward the east. we're talking about our anne arundel county, prince george's county, between bowie over toward crofton along route 50 and interstate 97 seeing fairly heavy rain. straig
through a dozen states. officials now say 37 people have been killed. 20 in kentucky, 12 in indiana. 3 in ohio and one each in alabama and georgia. and the national weather service says that the four tornadoes that hit kentucky were the worst in the region in some 24 years. this evening, we are hearing that the 2-year-old who z what found alive about 150 yards from her indiana home has died. we are in one of the hardest hit areas in indiana. >> reporter: sunday services at churches across the area were emotional. the church goers wiped away tears and hugged one another. >> what we're hearing is people who have lost everything, they are showing up to help their neighbors and friends and family. so i don't believe that there will be a loss. there is hope renewed. >> reporter: the nurse drove five hours from chicago to help. she went door to door checking on residents like june who said in the middle of the devastation, she feels blessed. >> look around you. there is a lot left. there is a lot left. >> reporter: the sheriff deputy delivered bottles of water. he helped people take shelter.
. kentucky, as well as ohio and indiana have declared states of emergency. they are still searching for survivors. scott is in henryville, indiana with the latest on this story. >> good evening. tonight people are walking around looking at all of the damage and just shaking their heads. they knew the storm was coming. there were many warnings but henryville was hurt with what the local sheriff called the worst case scenario. throughout clark county in southern indiana, the devastation is overwhelming. >> once again, mother nature has dealt a blow to indiana. >> officials said entire communities, homes, schools and businesses are gone. >> we love you and we're with you. it's not just government. this is their neighbors here to help. >> the friday twisters threatened millions of people from the gulf coast to the great lakes. the national weather service issued nearly 300 tore naid zoe warnings friday. it wasn't over. thunderstorms rocked georgia this morning bringing more dam. despite the many warnings, the twister struck so quickly and with such force that many who escaped barely had
the storm. gary. >> brian, for one thing in indiana, they basically have been given the all clear. that front has moved through. so it's dryer there. the storms have all moved to the east, but very, very dangerous out there. let me show you the extent of the tornado watches that are in place right now. but first, we have this video. this is video of an actual tornado that we got in from indiana. notice here once they clear this red barn, you'll be able to see the tornado in view. out to the, basically to the right of the car here, these storms no doubt all over the area and you can see a fairly clear view of what appears to be a very, very large tornado there. indicative this afternoon, this type of outbreak, they are calling for large tornadoes and long track tornadoes which means that they'll stay on the ground for quite a while and do a lot of damage. that's exactly what is happening. right now, we've had 53 tornado reports across the nation and 238 hail reports in the largest i've seen in terms of hail reports. up over 4 inches, which is softball sized hail. that was that of t
tomorrow to search for any debris of lives before the storm. jay grey, nbc news, henryville, indiana. >> there are also stories of survival tonight. in se lemme, indiana, a 2-year-old girl was found ten miles from her home in the middle of the field. her house destroyed, her entire family gone. the child is in critical condition at an indiana hospital. and, a dramatic escape for a dozen students in henryville, indiana. officials there say school was dismissed early for bad weather. bus drivers noticed the storms and turned around. the kids got to safety just moments before winds picked up a bus and threw it into a building. chuck bell is in the storm center now with more on these storms. >> when it comes down to tornadoes, the most important thing that you're up against is the intensity of the storm itself. what do i mean by that? well, we rate tornadoes on the ef scale. and only one to two percent of all tornadoes that occur land in that top one or two categories there. only one or two percent are an f4 or an f5. but those type of storms represent 65% of all of the fatal days that w
trailers like toys. the worst of the damage in southern indiana where entire communities and neighborhoods were wiped off the map in a matter of seconds. we have team coverage. chuck bell in the storm center. we begin with nbc's jay gray. >> reporter: good evening. the devastation you see behind me stretches for miles. two violent attacks from mother senate in the span of three days which in communities just like this across the tornado alley, the loss is almost too much to bear. a day after, and the devastation is almost impossible to believe. >> tragic, terrible. it's one minute you're here and then you're gone. >> reporter: communities and lives ripped apart by 100 tornadoes that touched down across a dozen states. the images of destruction tell the sad story tell the sad story better any words might, kentucky, georgia, tennessee and north carolina. deep, violent scars that stretch for miles, perhaps none more painful than here in the nation's heartland. >> once again, mother nature has dealt harshly with indiana. >> the small town of henryville wiped from the map. >> we came out of the
of indiana. this henriville, indiana located 20 miles north of louisville, kentucky. this is henriville junior/senior high school struck by a tornado. that school demolished completely. there were people trapped in the high school for a time period. now i believe only one person is still not being found in that high school. the school was actually in dismissal at that time. you can see now the chopper is flying over some open land right now, not exactly over the henriville area but maryville just up the road the sheriff's office says that town is completely off the map, a town of 1900 people. don't know of any deaths in maryville but every building gone. this is why, look at these very strong storms, all across the region from portions of ohio around cincinnati all the way down toward the gulf coast states. we're talking about mississippi, alabama, and in through portions of georgia. take a look at the current colors. when i say the current colors i mean the yellows, the tornado watches. it includes parts if not half of west virginia right now. southern portions of ohio all the way down
's some very nice changes coming up in the five-day forecast. >>> meantime the death toll in indiana from friday's tornadoes has risen by one. the toddler found alone in a field after the storm rolled through died wednesday evening. the child's apparentlies and siblings died friday when the -- parents and siblings died when the storm hit. that brings indiana's death toll to 13. kentucky lost the most lives friday, went 1 people. tonight the focus is -- 21 people. tonight the focus is on making sure no other victims are in the rubble. crews are working to make sure communication lines will reopen. >> reporter: from indiana and kentucky through ohio and alabama and georgia homes and businesses were crushed, cars and buses tossed about and roads were left clogged by downed trees and power lines. st. francis xavier church in henryville, indiana, suffered severe damage but still hosted mass for a full house sunday. >> we came over the hill and saw the steeple was still here, so we knew was still here and that to us was a symbol and also a sign of god as people of faith that god is going to ca
'm lester holt reporting from henryville, indiana, a town that was it lutterly devastated by friday's storms. >> i'm amy robach inside studio 1a. here's what we know. 31 dead, 14 in indiana, 14 in kentucky and three in ohio. that number is expected to rise today. authorities say it's difficult to determine how many people are missing as searchers struggle with the lack of electricity in many areas. >> reporter: more than 85 tornados were reported on friday. it was the second time in a week that storms swept across parts of the nation's midsection. ten states were under some kind of weather threat. the hardest hit areas are in southern indiana, kentucky, ohio, tennessee, and northern alabama. now, in terms of size, this storm system was enormous. we watched it building all day. it stretched from the gulf coast to the great lakes. it was so side that an estimated 34 million people were at risk for severe weather. that's according to the national weather service, amy. >> and, lester, you were just in harrisburg, illinois. and i know you arrived in henryville about an hour ago. can you describe
communities is imreply unimaginable. in fact, in one town in henryville indiana they say the death toll could rise. they had a number of students that had just been let out of school early. they saw that tornado firsthand. kara joins us live from henryville, indiana with the latest. >> the forecasters were predicting ominous weather that was coming into southeast indiana, but nobody could have foreseen what happened next. we are standing in henryville indiana in front of what used to be henryville high school. it is almost leveled to the ground. there were students inside but they were given proper time to evacuate. about 20 remained in the building, there are no injuries. the image breathtaking. >> it is hard on everybody. everything ask gone. >> the forecast calls for severe weather. what followed early friday evening could not have been predicted. >> didn't really think it was going to happen because tornado warnings come out all the time and it never hits us. >> tornadoes leveled a small farming community. there were more tornadoes in the last 24 hours than in an average month of march. p
with indiana. >> the small town of henryville was essentially wiped from the map. the only thing left to cling to, each other. now, as they begin to seemingly impossible task of picking up the pieces, many understand that as hard as it may be to believe, it could have been even worse. >> it is a miracle those kids came out alive. >> this is all that is left of the high-school, shredded by the storms. the classrooms likely would have been full. ahead of the tornado, administrators may life-saving decision. a blessing in an area that from the outside looks accursed. the difficult task begins. survivors must work through their grief and pain to make these communities feel like home again. >> such a mess. lowell melser is here to talk about the tornadoes and are forecast. >> it is horrible, and extremely unusual to see this porn addicts activity like this. the height of tornado season is in may. we are seeing the violence storms in the beginning of march. i have some statistics from the national weather service. these are storm reports from yesterday and today. so far, 108 tornadoes, 296 high wind
. french's french fried onions. available in the french's stay-fresh can. >>> the mother from indiana who lost both legs protething her kids -- protecting her kids from a tornado he will now recover at -- will now recover at home. she was released from the hospital when powerful storms ripped through southern indiana she laid on top of her 8 and 5- year-old to save their lives. house fell on top of her but the kids are fine. doctors say she will have prosthetic legs in three months. >> i am going to push down harder and see if we can't get prosthetics cerne because i am ready to get up and walk again. >> she seems like an incredible person. they have a sek home they have been renning out and friend and family remodeled it to make it more wheelchair accessible. >>> what a brave soul and in indiana not dealing with a whole lot. nice and quiet a few clouds streaming in across the area. about a lot of the nation is quiet and we are in that clear skies, so with that temperatures really able to drop off this morning. freezing in aberdeen. 32 before you step out the door aberdeen make sure to bu
in indiana, the only -- a populatoddler was found in a field in indiana, the only member of her family to survive. we begin in henryville, indiana. >> this is the aftermath of the ef-4 tornado. the town of henryville, you have to look hard to find a building with all four walls and roof. the storm was clocked at 175 m.p.h. and tomorrow the tedious clean-up begins. in henryville, they knew something was coming, but no storm warning could prepare the small town for this. >> you could hear the wind, the flashes of light. >> the tornado came through so quickly, this woman was not able to escape the high school where she worked. she hobbled with her son and 10 other students in the principal's office while the roof was ripped away. >> we are all alive. that is all that matters. >> the twister that came through kentucky is one of dozens, part of a system that brought 100 portis through the country's midsection, from the ohio valley to the gulf coast. >> we had no power, no remote radio, nothing. the only thing we had was our phone. >> in alabama cell phone warnings to save the people who hav
the 14-month-old girl who made national headlines after being found alone in an indiana field has died. angel babcock had been the only member of her immediate family to survive. sandra has the latest on the cleanup and recovery. a lot of amazing stories out there tonight. >> absolutely. and some tragic ones, as you just mentioned. obviously very sad that baby angel has passed away. the death toll now is confirmed at 38 in total from these advantagic tornados. but give you a sense of what it's like out here, here in west liberty, this is much of what main street looks like. and it looks like a war zone. you can see the buildings just torn apart and cars blown out. and despite all this destruction that we're seeing, we're also seeing communities come together. millions of people from indiana to georgia were affected by the deadly outbreak of storms that hit friday and lasted through saturday. in henryville, indiana it was sunday mass as usual at st. francis catholic church next door to the public school in ruins. preschoolteacher vicky warren
by one today. the so-called merkel problem that was found in an indiana -- the miracle toddler that was found in indiana in a field has died. the cameras were rolling as storm chasers captured the wild wind and deadly storm. with wind as fast as 175 miles per hour anything in its path was a prime target for demolition. school buses were sent flying, homes leveled, and buildings left as if they had been bombed. >> you get on the ground and it takes you a second to kind of look at it and see what those people had to go through. >> i would encourage folks to come to our shelters, get a warm meal, get a cup of coffee, take a rest. >> loved ones desperately look for family members still unaccounted for. nearly 100 tornadoes were part of this system. in kentucky, they are still trying to get a tally of the number missing. they want everyone who survive to sign their names and registry. >> thank god that i have my daughter and my grandchildren. >> and what many hope would be a triumph in the face of the twister has turned to tragedy. angel babcock was found alone and still alive in a
this afternoon, so far, indiana and upper midwest, unbelievable, the current tornado count at 51 or more. significant outbreak of severe weather here and certain towns, southern indiana reporting extensive tornado damage. probably doing to see bad report from that part of the country. we will track the weather as it crosses in to the region. if we will see thunderstorms, it's going to be in this time frame. with the early morning arrival, likely won't have quite the fuel or energy for the storms to get going. rain, though, and in to the second half of the weekend, increased clouds late sunday but a cooler drier finish to the weekend. overnight 47, rain showers, thunderstorms possible towards day break and early part of tomorrow. late day clearing of the rain and dry and cooler tomorrow night. looking at your seven-day forecast, here is how things begin to shakeout, again, trending drier and cooler sundays, monday, tuesday. remember, for this part of march 49, 50 degrees will be average, temperatures not bad. it's this evening, more downpours, flood concerns and then in the morning we hav
" at 4:30. >>> a little girl who survived after her family was killed in indiana after a deadly tornado has died. she was taken off life support on sunday bringing the death toll to 39 people now. in alabama, the governor toured the damage there. and offered words of support to residents who are cleaning up and rebuilding. >> one of the things that the lord doesn't give us the ability to foresee the future and that's kind of good. we have to be prepared. and it's so nice to see all the wonderful volunteers out here today and i am thankful to see how the people in alabama care about each other. >> a lot of stories to tell you about the storms state tuned for g. and we will have live reports from indiana. >>> that tornado throughout alabama remember the toc cay lose cay -- tuscaloosa tore nato. -- tornado. >> and it's so hard to sea and you have to fill in they have to clean up and we have snow in the areas. so some of the hardest hit areas getting snow like ohio, portions of ohio and west virginia and even back into kentucky and even into indiana this morning. again, you are from severe
can't tell you how that felt to watch. >> and the storms in indiana, kentucky, and elsewhere were tragic. find out how this will affect our wallets. >>> still an unbelievable seafnlt 67 as posed to our normal 51. no winner today. when we come back, we'll talk about potential game changer when it comes to our weekend temperatures, straight ahead. @ >>> a great day to take a ferry to lewis and then to rehoboth. a beautiful day. wyatt will have a detailed look at the forecast coming up in about two minutes. >>> more incredible video coming out of the deadly tornado outbreak. want to show you this cell phone video taken in indiana. you can see the tornado tearing across the ground. the national weather service says there were at least 42 confirmed tornadoes in 10 states on friday. the storms killed 40 people, including 13 in indiana. >>> the storms may have been a full day's drive away from us but we are soon going to be feeling the effects. the first storm of 2012 will affect your budget. your insurance will be going up, so you don't waste your money. >> reporter: as we watch the new
. >> new video, deadly tornadoes from the midwest. amazing cell phone video, from indiana. the national weather service says at least 42 tornadoes hit 10 states friday. the storms so far have killed 40 people including 13 in indiana. >>> one more chance of our forecast with lynette. >> it's quiet in indiana this morning. and also close to home, we're nice and dry. as you step out to the bus stop just bundle up the kids, temperatures in the 30s. those winds out of the south at 5 to 10 miles an hour. but will pick up as we go throughout the day. we'll get that warm surge of air moving in. temperatures will be in the low to mid-60s for today. 63 degrees to be exact. we will have that warm-up starting today. then by tomorrow things are going to get even warmer. for tonight that temperature coming in around 42 degrees. we'll have a few clouds out there, won't be as cold but the reason why is that southwesterly flow is really going to help to warm up the temperatures for this afternoon and also for this evening. by tomorrow, even warmer, so if you like the 63 i'm forecasting for today, 68 and
the tornado uprooted homes in indiana, now under a blanket of snow. homeowners say the snow is soaking belongs they don't have left to save and could take weeks before the power is restored in indiana. that and more on this tuesday morning. i'm charley crowson. >> i'm megan pringle. thank you for joining us. we will get things started with lynette charles. >>> not a lot going on this morning. we got a couple of snow showers across the area. nothing sticking yesterday, though. the chill continues, temperatures will be below normal again, plenty of sunshine in the forecast and a surge of warm air and then we have rain by the end of the week. today is going to be a calm day. we are nice and dry. we have all five sweeps on scanning the skies. we are cold. temperatures coming in below average, 27 degrees now in to aberdeen. arnold 27. clarksville 25. a little bit on the gusty side yesterday afternoon in to the evening. those died down a bit and that's the good news as well. heading out and about, have the heavy coat. i will talk about the warm upcoming up. now a check of the traffic with angela. >>
tornadoes ravaged the midwest and the south. an indiana toddler found in a field didn't survive her injuries. >> right now a massive cleanup effort is under way even though most areas are still without power or cell service. but there are also stories of survival. terrell brown has more from henryville, indiana. >> reporter: people in henryville, indiana are working together distributing water and sifting through donated supplies, food and clothing as they start to rebuild their lives. >> we're a tight knit place and we pull together when there's tragedy. >> reporter: two tornadoes hit henryville friday. one of them packed winds in excess of 165 miles an hour. the cleanup is under way but it's going to take time and henryville school officials are trying to figure out how they'll finish the rest of the year. the elementary, middle and high school complex was destroyed. it's the weather that could complicate cleanup efforts. winter weather watches, advisories and warnings are up across indiana and kentucky. up to four inches of snow can fall here in henryville. in west liberty, kentucky, util
the deep south and midwest. the storms killed 38 people alabama, georgia, indiana, kentucky ohio it is an extreme case of deja vu in northern alabama, 240 people were killed last april residents have spent the last 11 months recovering some homes rebuilt are in pieces again. >>> in indiana rescue teams are going door to door looking for survivors some towns have been completely wiped off the map. tucker barnes shows us the damage in the town of marysville. >> reporter: there is a new reality here in marysville indiana a town ravaged by friday's violent tornado outbreak. concrete slabs were homes used to be some just splintered shells. stunned homeowners are digging through what remains. >> you can't believe it until you see it with your eyes. it is heart breaking. >> reporter: this amateur video was shot friday. those who saw it say the funnel cloud moving east ward grew by the minute >> i couldn't even take cover it was mesmerizing and scary. >> reporter: storms cut a path of destruction across the hoosier state killing more than a dozen people. back in marysville the sound of
he could not follow unlawful orders. >>> victims of last week's devastating tornados in indiana, struggling to get back on its feet. in henryville indiana they got the services they need, which is food stamps and driver's licenses. >> have property rent out and didn't have homeowner's insurance and he didn't have renter's insurance. >> came over to see if they could help out there. >> the death toll and the damage is a million. >>> the buzz is about winter park is over. may be one of the march openings ever. look at the trees around your house. maybe not the best time to do it. get rid of dead wood around the house. causing so much damage. >> the winds. >> winds gusting 40 miles per hour in a lot of places. still breezy tonight. clouds notice them increasing. the temperatures, still managed 74. >> see this is what happens when you take the day off, come back and so confused. temperatures not usually felt in winter, 74 at bwi. high temperatures are at 75 for indianapolis, 71 for dulles, 73, very mild day. when you get the kind of warmth and have winds something big is on the way
. at least 21 people now dead in three states, 14 alone in indiana. many communities have been reduced to piles of debris. fox's lauren green has the latest. >> reporter: in southern indiana a trail of destruction and devastation, parts of the state completely leveled as severe weather, golf ball size hail, wind and rain batter the u.s. midsection once again. >> i jumped up and ran out the front door in the pouring rain, turned around and my house is totaled. >> reporter: the latest round of powerful storms stretching from the gulf coast to the great lakes, a dozen recorded tornadoes slashing through parts of nine states seen from henryville, indiana, revealing the extensive damage, wrecked homes, a damaged prison and a school destroyed. >> first we noticed one of our dumpsters laying a couple hundred feet across the road in an adjacent field and then we began to see all our private vehicles. our employees, we lost between 25 and 30 vehicles. >> reporter: the damage not only contained to indiana, eastern tennessee, portions of illinois and missouri also affected while other to every
alive in a field after a tornado hit in indiana is mourning her death. 20-month-old angel babcock died after being taken off life support. >> angel has been reunited with her parents. we want to thank god for all of you for all the many thoughts and prayers you provided. god will bring you and all of us out of this. that is what it will take. >>> angel's parents and two young siblings died in that tornado. >>> well most of us give little -- get little if any sleep and all of us would love more. >> i think you are right. we are talking about sleep and how much you get. the two-ways health officials say you can get a better night's rest. >> they are trying to dig through debris from the tornadoes. the misery residents in the henryville indiana what they are facing. that's know after the -- snow after the tornado. >> and we are mainly clear and dry, but there are big changes coming up in the forecast. details coming up. >> reporter: and for the monday morning drive, the accident in anne arundel county has been cleared. what's on tap for the monday morning commute? no accidents on the majo
season's big success. they made it all the way to the final four. vcu takes on fourth-seeded indiana tomorrow. i think that's consistent with my bracket. >> you've got them all the way to the top. >> yes, sir. >> other local teams did not fare as well as rcu. loyola of maryland lost to ohio state -- ouch -- 78-59. the loss ended a record year for the greyhounds. they won 24 of their games, most in the school's history. loyola won just a single game eight years ago. that was a year before the current head coach, jimmy petsos, took over the program. >>> and west virginia's season is over. the mountaineers fell to gonzaga 77-54. gonzaga -- zaga? scored 13 points in the final 12 minutes of the first half to blow open the game. west virginia ended the season with a 19-14 record. this was also the mountaineers' last game of the big east conference. they'll play in the big 12 next season. >> gallon zonzagagonzaga, an al. >>> two local teams in action. georgetown takes on belmont at 3:10. virginia plays florida this afternoon. that game tips off at 2:10. >> i always mispronounce that. >> i k
of several to hit ss far 40-people have died..... and tonightt craig boswell is in marysville indiana where this twister wiped it off the map. map. boswell on cam top:familles here in marysville are sharing survvvor stories, while neighboring communities are mourning those who werr lost. forever it ll happened in a matter of moments.there's a new reaaity... here in marysville, indiana.a town ravaged by friiay's violent tornndo outbreak.it's an unnerving scene --- concrete slabs, where homes áusedá to be.some, just splinnered shells.stunned homeowners are digging thrrugh what remains. berniece andrews says: "yyu can't believe it ntil you see it with your eyes - just heartbreaking - hope nobody's under this rubbll."this amateur video -- was ssoo friday in pekin, indiana.those who saw it say the giant ssemed to grow in size by the miiute.snede says: "i couldn't take my eyes off of it, i couldn't even take cover. it was mesmerizing and scary at the same time."storms cut hoosier sttte...killing more than a dozen people.back in marysville, the sound of chainsaws are echoing across thi
degree murder while arm. >>> a toddler found in a field in indiana died after being taken off life support last night. the little girl's parents, brother and sister all died friday when the storm hit. 39 people have been killed across five states. >>> d.c. councilman marion barry could be a delegate at the party's convention this summer. democrats voted over the weekend and a partial count shows he's likely to get enough votes to be a delegate. >>> on to the campaign trail. foam is the day the presidential hopefuls have been preparing for. >> as we approach super tuesday, one candidate is in the spotlight with a big endorsement. plus a high-stakes meeting at the white house monday. what should president obama say to israel. we have a report. or republican candidates used the airways sunday in a final bush for voters on super tuesday. gingrich on meet the press says he has gone all in in georgia. >> despite a lot of money spent against me, we are doing very well. and it is the biggest state on super tuesday. >> reporter: santorum is hoping for wins in oklahoma, tennessee and ohio. >
the worst to hit the region in 20 something years. susan mcginnis is in indiana tonight in one of the hardest hit areas. >> reporter: the pews at st. francis xavier church in henryville were packed for emotional services. parishioners wiped away tears and hugged each other. by day's end the pews were overflowing with donated clothing. outside the church, smoke and gyms rolls out the barbecue to see grateful crowds. >> lot of times in these situations people don't get any hot food. so we decided to come down and cook for everybody. >> reporter: nurse penny mitchell drove five hours from chicago to help. >> miss neil? >> reporter: she went door to door checking on residents like june new who said she feels blessed in the midst of the devastation. >> there's a lot left. look around you. there's a lot left. >> reporter: but the death toll rose on sunday, 15-month-old angel back cock who was found alive in a field died of her injuries. a curfew remains in effect from 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. officials fear looting and want to keep people safe from things like downed power lines and ga
yesterday alone. it issued 189 in all of february. >>> and henryville indiana was one of the communities that was hardest hit yesterday. much of the town was decimated in just a matter of minutes. we'll have a live report there coming up in just a couple of seconds. but the video and all of the images we've seen this morning are absolutely -- i mean, impressive, breathtaking. things you really only see in movies. >> the clear picture of absolute devastation. we've been following lester holt all morning long. nbc news has had crews there on the scene. you can see high schools completely leveled. school buses completely turned over on their side. just a tragic, tragic situation out there. >> let's go to a live report now. nbc news's kyra kinear. >> reporter: forecasters had been predicting a severe storm to come through. what actually happened last night could have never been guessed. as we take a look at the images here, you can see behind me, this used to be henryville high school, what is left of it. the adjacent building is the middle school. the roof completely blown off. to the north
it's a miracle. >> his unlikely role in an indiana nun's path to sainthood. >>> revealing investigations. fascinating characters. stories with impact. this is "cnn presents" with tonight's host, randi kaye and dr. sanjay gupta. >> good evening. we begin tonight with this unbelievable story of how u.s. soldiers were used as human guinea pigs. during the cold war, the military embarked on this top-secret program to test chemical and biological weapons. >> the researchers used animals, but believe it or not, they also used humans, volunteers from the army who had no idea what they were signing up for. >> nearly half a century later, some of these human guinea pigs, well, they're emerging from the shadows with disturbing stories about what the military did to them and how they're being treated now. ♪ >> i enlisted, joined at 18 years of age. it was the height of the vietnam war era and really felt a sense of duty to my country to go and serve. >> i went straight to ft. bragg. it was the thing to do. it was my duty as an american. >> i was drafted and i was placed in the 85th
national notice, but at the end of the last week, the ousted republican secretary of state in indiana was sentenced for voter fraud. he had been convicted of six felonies, including voter fraud, and he's the guy who runs elections in the state of indiana. mitch daniels, the republican governor in indiana, had refused to appoint anybody permanently to replace this guy once he was convicted of voter fraud. the governor saying that if the felony convictions could get knocked down to misdemeanors, maybe, then he would be happy to reinstate this guy to run indiana's elections. ultimately, late last week, the republican secretary of state did not get his felony convictions busted down to misdemeanors, so he can't get back into office. and now indiana might get a democrat installed in the secretary of state's seat instead. but mitch daniels saying he wanted to put a convicted voter fraud felon in charge of the state's elections, that probably does not help mitch daniels' vice presidential chances either. which brings, of course, to the other great milk toast hope for the vice presidential ru
. this morning, we have the report in henryville indiana where residents now have another problem, snow. >> reporter: utility crews are working to get the light back on. thousands are still without power in the areas hardest hit by the tornadoes. at the high school, workers use heavy equipment to scoop up the wreckage. >> i want to be there. and i want, i want to be in my classes. i want to see my teachers and see my friends. >> reporter: school has been canceled for at least the rest of the week. just like the work crews and resident, volunteers are working overtime taking in donations and handing them out. >> it's going to take a longtime to rebill. there's a lot of hope here and we're going to get through it. >> reporter: a 15-month-old is the storm's latest victim. rescuers found her alone in an under infield, but she died two days -- in an indiana field, but she died two days later. the whole family was laid to rest monday in salem, indiana. >> just a nightmare. everybody is just traumatized and can't believe it happened. >> reporter: back in henryville, a red cross volunteer has r
. his unlikely role in an indiana nun's path to sainthood. >>> revealing investigations, fascinating characters, stories with impact. this is "cnn presents" with tonight's hosts, randi kaye and dr. sanjay gupta. >> good evening. we begin tonight with this unbelievable story of how u.s. soldiers were used as human guinea pigs. during the cold war, the military embarked on this top-secret program to test chemical and biological weapons. >> the researchers used animals, but, believe it or not, they also used humans. volunteers from the army who had no idea what they were signing up for. >> nearly half a century later, some of these human guinea pigs, well, they're emerging from the shadows, with disturbing stories about what the military did to them and how they're being treated now. >> i enlisted. joined at 18 years of age. it was the height of the vietnam war era and i really felt a sense of duty to my country to go and serve. >> i went straight to ft. bragg. it was just the thing to do. that was my obligation, that was my duty, as an american. >> i was drafted and i was sent to ft. s
and indiana. several states in the midwest were rocked by dozens of tornadoes friday. 39 people have been condition con -- confirmed dead, including 15-year-old angel babcock who was thrown into a field. medics rushed her to the hospital but she later died of her injuries. >>> on the west coast, people are a little on edge this evening after two earthquakes. officials say back-to-back earthquakes shook the san francisco bay area at 5:00 p.m. according to the u.s. geological survey, just seconds later, the area was rocked again by a 4-point magnitude tremor. there are no reports of injuries or damage. >>> this was the scene just a little while ago here in maryland. as you can see, snow flurryless. that's what was here on television hill. any more where that came from? let's go to meteorologist bernadette woods, tracking live doppler radar. >> reporter: we're going to go to live doppler radar. and things are calming down. first up, though, there was some light snow across southern maryland and lower parts of the eastern shore. at this point, all we're seeing, just a couple of flurries out t
, nbc news, henryville, indiana. >> through all the death and destruction, there are also stories of survival. a 2-year-old was found wandering in a field in salem, indiana. her entire family was killed in the tornadoes and her home was destroyed. the little girl is currently in critical condition and the hospital is taking donations to help her out. >>> the red cross responded immediately to the devastation, opening new centers in 11 states to help those affected by the tornadoes. in fact, news4's derrick ward joins us live from the red cross on east-west highway in silver spring, maryland. derrick, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. as is often and always, really, in the aftermath of the devastation like we're seeing with those tornadoes, there are those heart-wrenching stories of loss and harrowing stories of survival, like that toddler. well, now it is time to turn that empathy into action. take a look at that scene. 39 people dead across indiana, kentucky, alabama, georgia, ohio, tennessee, and estimates are that about 95 twisters actually did touch down. and the
tempore: the gentleman yields back. the chair recognizes the gentleman from indiana, mr. donnelly, for five minutes. mr. donnelly: thank you, madam speaker. today i rise to pay tribute to john oliver, an outstanding american citizen who has shown commitment and service to his hometown of plymouth, indiana, our state, and our country. a native of new castle in the united kingdom, 50 years ago this month john immigrated to the united states, on march 19, 1962, when he was only 19. in 1975 he officially became a suns citizen. -- a united states citizen. he is a dear friend not only to me but people around the country and world. he began his journey in the manufacturing industry as a laborer for a small research and development firm. he moved to plymouth, indiana, to work for that company, ultimately becoming its president in 1977. nine years later john purchased the company and renamed it u.s. granules. which today produces 50% of the world's granular ue lated aluminum. with his -- granulated aluminum. with his leadership it remains a leader in technology and in quality and they have
into southeastern indiana but nobody could have foreseen what happened next. we are standing in henryville, indiana, right in front of what used to be henryville high school. as you can see, it is almost leveled to the ground. now there were students inside but they were given proper time to evacuate. about 20 remained in the building. there are no injuries reported at the high school. the image breathtaking. and as the sunrises today, the reality begins to sink in for the citizens of henryville. >> it's hard. it's just hard on everybody. everything is gone. you know, everything is just gone. >> the forecast for southern indiana called for severe weather. but what followed early friday evening could not have been predicted. >> didn't really think it was going to happen because tornado warnings come out all the time and never hits us. >> reporter: tornadoes ripped through a four-county radius leveling small farming communities. there were as many tornados in the last 24 hours than in the average month of march. the people here are shocked at how quickly the devastation happened. >> things were falli
on the minnesota twins. >>> new video this morning. this is coming from indiana. it's pretty incredible. many tornadoes hit the midwest including here. this is cell phone video taken. the national weather service says at least 42 tornadoes struck 10 states friday, the storms killed 40 people including 13 in the state of indiana. >>> 5:47. 34 degrees. we go to lynette with a check of the weather. >> good morning. we are still talking about the tornadoes. that's the thing, when you have severe weather, tornadoes, it doesn't hit once. you just have to deal with the clean-up when it hits over and over again. fortunately there's dry weather in those areas today but we are starting to see clouds stream in across that area. the fact is, we're not getting in on any of the unsettled weather. we will be seeing plenty of sunshine as we go throughout the day. where we have clear skies across the area, as of now. that will hold true even as we go into the afternoon. temperatures are a little on the cool side this morning. i'm going to say chilly, we're still above average. we should be 30 degrees for this
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